Re: Gear Swap Labor
Sounds a bit stiff.....the price is usually around #200 per axle. If you buy the parts from them, you usually get a slight break...but then, you typically pay more for the part, hence the end result is the same.
Some personal advice...unless you want to get into the gear changing business...your better off paying someone to do it. Just make sure you find out how long they warranty their work. Gear problems can take a long time to show up. It's also a good time to do everything you want...gears, lockers, etc, at the same time. Saves setup labor costs.
One last thing....as a typical rule of thumb...
4.10 gears for 31-33" tires
4.56 gears for 35" tires.